Salisa C. Westrick, PhD
Study Principal Investigator
Associate Professor of Health Outcomes Research and Policy
Salisa’s research goal is to enhance pharmacy operations and facilitate adoption of patient care services through implementation science. She has been involved in research related to pharmacy-based immunization services for over 10 years.
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Kimberly B. Garza, PharmD, MBA, PhD
Study Co-Investigator, Alabama State Clinical Coordinator
Assistant Professor, Health Outcomes Research and Policy
Kim’s research involves application of behavioral economic theory to study preventive health behaviors, including medication adherence, diet, and physical activity.
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Sally A Huston, PhD
Study Co-Investigator, California State Project Coordinator
Associate Professor, Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy
Sally’s research focuses on two primary areas: helping advance the profession of pharmacy and understanding patient adherence factors. A recent publication combining both interests is "Patients' intentions to seek medication information from pharmacists."
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David Ha, PharmD
Study Co-Investigator, California State Clinical Coordinator
Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences, Infectious Diseases
David has experience in community and hospital pharmacy settings and actively practices as a hospital infectious diseases pharmacist. David’s research focuses on community immunization practice, stewardship of antibiotics and interprofessional education.
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Research assistants for this project include: